Did Amber Heard plan to FRAME Johnny Depp? Private conversations between couple resurface

The audio is reportedly from 2015 and 2016 when the divorce proceedings between the two were taking place


                            Did Amber Heard plan to FRAME Johnny Depp? Private conversations between couple resurface
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were married for less than two years and most of their relationship was reportedly troubled (Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Old audio clips of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s private conservations have been doing rounds on the internet while showcasing the 36-year-old actress as the evil one. As per reports, the audio is reportedly from 2015 and 2016 when the divorce proceedings between the two were ongoing. A part of the now-deleted audio shared on an Instagram page @thejdcase suggests that Heard was planning to trap Depp in false accusations in the future.

However, Newsweek verified the clip and also obtained the full unedited audio conversation between the former couple, revealing that edited clip was misleading and the ‘Aquaman’ actress had actually NOT planned anything wicked. In the clip posted by @thejdcase, Heard reportedly said: “It is insanely cross-corroborated than it is a plan [of] I'm going to put makeup on myself and take pictures throughout the years and just sit on it for years. That, while having this, like, this imaginary life run parallel to it. Do you understand? The pictures I have matched with text messages to my mom back and forth about it, you know? and text messages between say, Raquel and my mom or my dad or you know, between my two friends.”

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The Instagram post was viewed by thousands of people, leading them to believe that Heard had a dirty plan against the ‘Edward Scissorhands’ star. The same audio posted by the Instagram user was also shared on a YouTube channel, called, HatCHeTHaZ, and the title of the video read: “Amber Heard's PLAN to frame Johnny Depp back in 2016.” However, as per Newsweek’s analysis, the audio is a small section of a 31-minute recorded conversation between Heard and her 58-year-old former husband. Most sections of that conversation is available on a YouTube channel, Incredibly Average, which was made online in February 2020.



 

‘The Rum Diary’ actress had actually said in the untempered audio that she had to “explain to her publicist, Jodi Gottlieb, that she may have to cancel her James Corden appearance because of marks on her face,” Newsweek reported. In the same audio, she remarked, “In this case, which I will have, it will be criminal as well, because I cannot go on signing and file without filing a police statement first. And the only reason I haven't filed a police statement, which has been used against me by the way, every day. And the only reason I won't do it, I haven't done it is because I don't want to hurt you.”

Then Depp responded back saying he also loves her too and does not want to give her pain. Later, in the audio, Heard stated: “Tell people it was a fair fight and see what the jury and the judge thinks, tell the world, Johnny. Tell them, I Johnny Depp, I am a victim too of domestic violence. You know, it's a fair fight and see how many people believe or side with you,” which was played in the Virginia court as well during the recent trial against her.

Amber Heard arrives outside court for the 8th day of her civil trial at Fairfax County Circuit Court on April 19, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

However, the ‘Zombieland’ actress claimed in the audio, “I am not trying to attack you here. I'm just trying to point out the fact of why I said call 911. Because you had your hands on me after you threw a phone in my face. And it's gotten crazy in the past and I truly thought I need to stop this madness before I get hurt.” To which, Depp replied while showing his frustration, “Oh my god.”

Johnny Depp steps outside court during his civil trial at Fairfax County Circuit Court on April 25, 2022 (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Heard and Depp are fighting against each other in the court to gain back their “lost” reputation as both of them accuse each other of defamation. The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ is seeking $50 million from Heard while she has demanded $100 million after counter suing him.

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